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Product Design - Web (HTML/CSS)

at Counsyl in South San Francisco, CA   —   Jun 27, 2014   |  
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Our goal is to make the human genome practically useful for life-altering decisions.

We've invented the Counsyl Test, a breakthrough diagnostic intended for parents planning to start a family. The test won the Wall Street Journal Innovation Award for Medicine, was named one of Scientific American's "Top 10 World Changing Ideas," and was featured in the New York Times. Our test is now prescribed by physicians for more than 2.5% of all births in the United States.

Genomics is a relatively young field, and there are still many questions to be answered about the best way to communicate information like positive test results to patients who may not have a firm understanding of genomics. At Counsyl, your work will define the design experience within this sector of the healthcare industry.

We on the design team control the entire patient and physician user experiences, and web design is a critical component of this experience. Come be the champion for user experience within our organization!

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A master of all things [X]HTML | CSS3
Design user flows and wireframes for internal and external apps alike
Able to go from mockup to production quality build out
Conversant with git version control
Knowledgeable about web development frameworks like Django | Rails | etc.
Competitive compensation and benefits
Generous equity package in a fast-growing startup
Catered meals every day plus a fully stocked fridge
On-site gym access to work it off
Dry cleaning and laundry service
MacBook Pro and all the software you need
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